Eliminate process inefficiencies cause by vacuum.
The new VARODRY vacuum pump series is designed and produced by Leybold, in Germany specifically for industrial processes. Give yourself one less headache, with VARODRY vacuum can be easy, efficient, reliable and dry.
|The VARODRY rotor design is optimized to provide high levels of efficiency.|
|The VARODRY provides a competitive pumping speed over the complete pressure range and a low end-pressure of < 0.01 mbar. It can operate continuously at any inlet pressure.|
|Pump-down time (100 l chamber)|
|The VARODRY provides fast pump-down down to the 10-2 mbar range.|
|Power efficiency index|
|The effective pumping speed generated per consumed power is a market benchmark for industrial dry pumps.|
The VARODRY is optimized for the challenges found in many industrial applications:
Improve the efficiency of your machines. VARODRY makes it easy.
Being 100% air-cooled and dry, the VARODRY only consumes electricity, with no extra costs for cooling water supply or oil / oil-filter exchange and disposal. Its low power consumption will save significant operation costs.
Cost of Ownership Example: Composites (wind power plant)
Compared with an oil-sealed rotary vane pump the VARODRY will save >600 EUR operating costs per year!
The belt can easily be exchanged in less than 30 minutes. The exchange interval depends on the individual application but is typically >1 year. Belt-exchange kits and maintenance tool sets are available.
VARODRY reduces your maintenance and service requirements
With only two wearing parts (belt and bearings), only minimal efforts are required to keep your pump running at peak performance – and improve the uptime at your facility.
The bearings can be exchanged on site by trained Service technicians. Typical bearing lifetime is >3 years. Complete pump-overhauls can be done in one of the many Leybold Global Service hubs.
To ensure high factory uptime, Leybold offers quick “pump exchanges”. Our back-up pools also offer flat rates for exchanging pumps, thus your production keeps running at all times.